Best Tarot for Pocket PCs just updated to v3.5

Personality“By the Tarot reading a person may be able to find answers about his/her hopes and wishes.There are many ways of tarot readings. This program uses ‘The Celtic Cross spread’. The Celtic Cross is probably the oldest and most popular pattern for reading the tarot. It has survived so long because the layout of the cards is simple, but powerful. It uses 78 cards. 22 Major and 56 Lesser Arcana cards of the Rider -Waite Tarot deck—23/Sep/2006 UPDATE (3.5) —* Displaying the ‘more’ window. Bug fixed* Minor bugs fixed” Check it here:

Free Tetris for Symbian 3rd Edition and PPC!

“S-Tris 2 is based on the famous Tetris concept and is the follow-up of our popular S-Tris game.This game comes as a demonstration of our in-house developed game engine Edge and is completely free. The game is available for many different platforms and screen resolutions.Features: Addictive gameplay Normal and maniac gameplay modes Difficulty increases while playing Customizable controls Shadow shows where blocks will fall On-line and manual highscore submitting Supports a broad range of devices” Check this FREE game here:

SXGen portable PC with the folding keyboard, official details

“We’ve mentioned S-XGen product in our news block. Now Seamless Wi-Fi has published specs of this interesting device. It was initially positioned as a UMPC, and the company doesn’t argue with its previous statement. However in fact this isn’t a UMPC as it works on a processor and OS for PDA – Intel PXA 270 XScale 520 MHz and Windows CE 5.0.Nevertheless S-XGen features advanced specs, including communication opportunities. Its position is between a notebook and a PDA, as it was promised by Seamless Wi-Fi. The company will show its product at CES 2007 in January.The specs of S-XGen:
4.25” touchscreen TFT LCD, 470×270 pixels
Intel PXA 270 XScale 520 MHz
Slot for MMC/SD cards
GSM (900/1800/1900 MHz)
Wi-Fi and Ethernet 100/10
Bluetooth, IrDA, USB (OTG)
OS Windows CE 5.0
Dimensions – 165.1×96.5×28.6 mm
Weight – 397 g” via

Kingmax speeding along with 1GB microSD card

“Up until now, we’ve been restricted to microSD cards that crawl along at a snail’s pace. Not anymore, exclaims Kingmax, because they’re releasing a high-speed microSD card that makes use of something called single-level cell (SLC) storage. Each cell only contains two power levels and as such, only contains one bit of data. This allows for speedier access compared to other microSD cards on the market that shove more than one bit per cell (which slows down the read/write process).We’re still waiting on higher capacities, but given that microSD cards are smaller than fingernails, it may be a little while before the format can boast storage to rival its larger counterparts. Although Kingmax plans on shipping the high-speed 1GB microSD card before the month is through, they still haven’t set a price yet.” via